Beginning a phrase with a Prepositional Phrase

Beginning a phrase

A phrase that is prepositional a number of terms that behaves as an adjective or an adverb, changing a noun or even a verb. Prepositional phrases include a preposition (a expressed word that specifies spot, way, or time) plus a item associated with preposition (a noun expression or pronoun that follows the preposition).

Table 7.1 Common Prepositions

above beneath into till
across beside like toward
against between near under
after beyond off underneath
among by on until
around despite over up
at except past with
before for since without
behind from through
below inside throughout